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Ties That Bind (TV Movie 2010) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
Ties That Bind: Directed by Frédéric D'Amours. With Kristanna Loken, Warren Christie, Kristen Hager, Luis Oliva. Hope finds herself leaving the comfort of her suburban life for New York City in order to settle the affairs of her best friend Rachel who has just been murdered.
- Frédéric D'amours
Ties That Bind: Created by Sheryl J. Anderson. With Kelli Williams, Jonathan Scarfe, Dion Johnstone, Mitchell Kummen. "Detective McLean" revolves around Allison McLean (Kelli Williams), a tough and experienced police detective, mother and wife in suburban Seattle.
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The series stars Kelli Williams as experienced police officer Allison McLean who balances life with her job, husband Matt (Jonathan Scarfe), and teenager children Jeff (Mitchell Kummen) and Rachel (Natasha Calis). Allison's life changes when her brother Tim (Luke Perry) is arrested and sent to prison.No.TitleDirected byWritten by1"Pilot"Sheryl J. Anderson2"A Fresh Start"Monika MitchellSheryl J. Anderson3"Ghosts"Michael ScottSheryl J. Anderson & Peter Hume4"It Doesn't Show"Monkia MitchellSheryl J. Anderson & Jennica Harper
- Canada, United States
- Sheryl J. Anderson
- Crime drama
Sep 26, 2005 · The The Suffering: Ties That Bind Cast. Blackmore. voiced by Michael Clarke Duncan. Jordan. voiced by Rachel Griffiths. Carmen. voiced by Rafeedah Keys. Miles. voiced by Arif S. Kinchen.
Ties that Bind is a 2011 drama film directed by Leila Djansi and starring Kimberly Elise, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde and Ama K. Abebrese. It was filmed in Ghana. It was nominated in 21 categories at the 2011 Ghana Movie Awards, and won 9 awards.
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The Ashfordly police, and especially PC Mason, are asked to assist DI Turner from the serious crime squad investigating a series of very violent robberies in the area. One of DS Dawson's informants points the finger at Steve Dempsey. When Mason and Dawson check out Dempsey, they are spotted by Dawn, who is on a girls' night out with her friends. When she gets home, she does not hesitate to talk about seeing Mason and Dawson. Division has found out that Dawson had an affair with an unnamed police officer, and she has been put forcibly back in uniform. Mason does not want her to take the entire blame, and he turns himself in. Aunt Peggy is cleaning for the former bank manager Edward Walton - without charge for a change. When she discovers a broom cupboard full of strange things he gets very abrupt, gives her a valuable pen for her efforts, and sends her away.
The Ashfordly police are called upon by CID to help investigate a series of Sub-Post Officer robberies involving an extremely violent gang who seriously assaulted a Post Office Master. So far the gang has raided three Post Offices, armed with guns. DI Turner is the lead on the case, with DS Rachel Dawson and PC Joe Mason. Joe is troubled to hear gossip that this is Rachel’s last CID post. She’s being transferred to another district and will be kicked back to uniform as punishment for having an affair with a colleague who she’s refusing to name. In his bid to save Rachel from taking the fall alone, Joe confesses his previous affair with Rachel to Sergeant Miller. Rachel is exasperated with Joe, admitting that the affair in question is not with Joe, but another, more senior, colleague who is married. The Police talk to known local criminals about the robberies and are given a probable name to investigate. Steve Dempsey is a used car salesman who recently moved to the area and has been...Joe McFadden as PC Joe MasonLisa Kay as Carol CassidyDavid Lonsdale as David StockwellGwen Taylor as Peggy Armstrong